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[AUS] $1000 - $1250 First build looking to buy ASAP please help!
What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.
- Playing games like OSRS, CS. Will also be used for for work on programs such as Adobe Illustrator & TechOne Accounting Software, multiple Large excel spreadsheets
What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?
- AUD $1000-1250 potentially 150 higher if it will future proof.
When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.
- Within the next week
What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc)
- ToweOS/MonitoKeyboard/WiFi (Please do no include the Monitor or keyboard in the budget but I would love to hear suggestions)
Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location?
- Victoria, Australia
If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated.
- Logitech G9x Laser Mouse
Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?
Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc)
Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components?
- Would prefer either an ITX or microATX tower with a minimalist look. I do like the glass tempered panel to see the CPU doing its thing.
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- Windows 10
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My new fan edit: The BACK TO THE FUTURE Trilogy as ONE LONG MOVIE
Hey all, I'm a lifelong Back to the Future fan from Victoria, BC, Canada. I first saw the films when I was about 9 years old and am now 27. They're by far my most-watched films, though my obsession has of course tapered off as I've aged.
Since I was a kid, I've wanted to make a fan edit of the trilogy that puts all three parts together into one, long film. I first tried it when I was 10 by hooking up my VCR to my DVD player, and that obviously didn't work. But I've recently gained the editing skills to do it with Adobe Premiere and After Effects, so I decided to give it a shot. Here, I'll detail what I did and how.
First, here's a compilation of the things I added and took away to transition each part into the other: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2eaBDbE5ycg
Part I's opening credits
I added three new credit slides (is that the right terminology?) to the beginning of Part I. The first acknowledges the cast differences and changes (Elisabeth Shue as Jennifer and Jeffrey Weissman as George in the sequels, plus Mary Steenburgen as Clara in Part III, plus Claudia Wells from Part I for good measure). The second credits ZZ Top's song "Doubleback" from Part III the same way "The Power of Love" is credited in Part I, and the third adds Rick Baker's name under that of Lawrence G. Paull's as Production Designer. The sequels have Valorie Massalas replacing Jane Feinberg as one of the casting directors, but I lack the skills to actually paint out and change existing credits, so I left that one be. Luckily, all three films share the same lead actors, writers, director, producers, executive producers, director of photography, and editors.
ETA: I forgot to say, I also used After Effects to try and replicate the imperfections of credits made on analog equipment; I made my credits waver slightly with a wiggle expression and a “boil” effect intended for animation (it’s meant to give the outlines of cartoons a kind of Dr. Katz or Home Movies effect, but if you turn the settings way down it can just make things look organic instead of stiff and artificial), I tinted them slightly pink (which you can only really see when the original credits fade in and out) and I put an ever-so-slight blur filter on them.
In the case of the combined new and old production design credit, I think I got it 90-95% there; casual viewers probably won’t be able to tell but those in the know who know what to look for might be able to tell one name was added in later.
From Part I to Part II
As we all know, the beginning of Part II is a shot-for-shot remake of the final scene of Part I. This was necessitated by Elisabeth Shue replacing Claudia Wells as Jennifer, and the Bobs wanting to add a moment where Doc hesitates after Marty asks if he and Jennifer become "assholes". Because of this, it's clear the Bobs intend the Part II version to be canonical and definitive, so I used it in its entirety instead of bits and pieces of both. (Plus, it's easier to buy Elisabeth Shue as the new Jennifer when we haven't seen Claudia Wells in over an hour).
The final piece of Part I footage is Marty saying "Keys?" before he opens the garage door, and the Part II footage starts from inside the garage. We can't do anything about the fact that Michael J. Fox suddenly looks a tad older and chunkier and has longer hair; c'est la vie. (As Thomas F. Wilson puts it, "IT'S A MOVIE!!!") If I were more anal-retentive and had more skill and spare time, I could use DeepFake software to replace Claudia Wells' face with that of Elisabeth Shue during her scenes at the beginning of Part I, but in my opinion that would be a bit disrespectful to Claudia (though I can't deny that Claudia and Elisabeth don't really look anything like each other and have different acting styles).
If I knew how, I would adjust the colour grading of Part II's intro slightly to better match the Part I footage; the sequels were shot in DeLuxe rather than Technicolor, which might account for the difference. I think the sequels might also have a slightly sharper picture, but I didn't do anything about that either.
Luckily, Part II's opening credits are entirely over stock footage of clouds that aren't important to the plot, so I was able to cut them out entirely. I cross-dissolved the shot of Biff looking suspiciously into the sky and the shot of the DeLorean appearing in 2015 and I think the results are pretty good, though in the future I might use audio editing to remove any traces of Silvestri's score (in this edit we hear a drum roll fading into the final echoes of the theme music), and frame interpolation software like DAIN to give me a little more footage to work with on both ends (I lack the right kind of video card to do so).
From Part II to Part III
This was a little easier in one way and a little trickier in another. I decided to use Part II's outro in its entirety, largely because after Doc faints, the camera lingers on Marty trying to revive him for a few seconds (before the words TO BE CONCLUDED appear) instead of a hard cut to the title card like in Part III. This is way better for cross-dissolve purposes.
Unfortunately, Part III's opening credits are overtop some expository footage, making it clear that Marty took Doc home and they fell asleep on the couch. Again, I lack the skills to paint out any of the credits, but luckily Zemeckis's director credit fades out a couple seconds before Doc's TV turns on. So, we crossfade from Doc fainting to Doc being woken up by Howdy Doody. This edit assumes the audience is smart enough to infer that Marty took Doc home in the 20 seconds before Marty says so. (Luckily, the Bobs are good at subtle, un-forced exposition).
Part III ends much the same way Part I does, except it's the time train flying toward the camera rather than the DeLorean.
Because the final "flash" of the DeLorean going directly into Huey Lewis's "Back in Time" and the main cast credits is such an iconic and satisfying moment for me, I decided to replicate it here instead of leaving in Part III's big THE END title card. (Since this version tells the complete story in one film, it's kind of redundant anyway).
I decided to create a whole new end credit roll for this edit, crediting everyone who worked on all three films all at once as though it were one film. This was by far the biggest undertaking of this edit; I watched the credits of all three films and copied all of it down painstakingly into a spreadsheet, and put it all into an After Effects composition (which, I learned, can't be wider or longer than 300,000 pixels). I decided I would limit the running time of the credits to just over 8 minutes, though this means it scrolls a little faster than the average credit roll. The songs "Back in Time" and "Doubleback", followed by the score excerpts from Part III's credits (slowed down by 2.5%) fit the running time perfectly.
I also added a couple of easter eggs; I credited my own made-up production company with making titles, and I credited Huey Lewis (under his real name Hugh Gregg) as the band judge and the members of ZZ Top as the musicians in 1885.
It was interesting seeing what crew members stayed on the ship for the whole journey; I noticed some of them used different versions of their first names in different movies (Davids become Daves, Marjories become Margies), some of them had their surnames misspelled in one of them (one of the modelmakers was Eben Stromquist, not Spromquist), and some of them moved up the ranks from movie to movie (regular lighting technicians become chief lighting technicians!).